“It’s crazy that in a system that is meant to teach and help the youth there is no voice from the youth at all.” That’s the opening line in a video called “If students designed their own schools,” about The Independent Project, a high school semester designed and implemented entirely by students, the Washington Post reports. What did it look like? No quizzes. No tests. No grades. Students created their own learning materials and taught themselves and each other. It started in 2011 at Monument Mountain Regional High School, a public school in Massachusetts, after a student named Sam...

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